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ng too much money on eating out anyway. honey, come look at this. [ female announcer ] my money map from wells fargo is a free online tool that helps you track your spending. so instead of having to deal with a tight budget, you could have a tighter family. ♪ wells fargo. together we'll go far. if you believe in a country where everyone gets a fair shot and everyone does their fair share, and everyone plays by the same rules, then i need you to vote this november. >> right now at 11:00, president obama makes his case for a second term. good evening, everyone. >> a pivotal night in america. president obama thrilled his supporters. but his goal was far beyond the convention hall. president obama was reaching out to the undecided voters. his message was simple.
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this election offers a very clear choice. steve handlesman joins us live this evening from charlotte with the president's big night. steve? >> liberty and justice for all. >> reporter: a symbol of recovery. arizona's gabby giffords led the pledge and amped up the energy. for the president. he wanted to fire up democrats. but barack obama aimed his speech at undecided voters. >> i'm asking you to rally around a set of goals for your country. goals in manufacturing, energy, education, national security and the deficit. real achievable plans that will lead to new jobs, more opportunities, and rebuild this economy on a stronger foundation. that's what we can do in the next four years. and that is why i am running for a second term as president of the united states. >> reporter: as joe biden likes to brag, bin laden is dead and
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detroit is alive. >> i met workers in detroit and toledo who feared they'd never build another american car. and today, they can't build them fast enough because we reinvented a dying auto industry that's back on top of the world. >> reporter: looking forward, the president favors keeping education and green energy programs. keeping medicare like it is. and he wants the rich to pay more for that. >> i never said this journey would be easy. and i won't promise that now. yes, our path is harder. but it leads to a better place. yes, our road is longer. but we travel it together. we don't turn back. we leave no one behind. >> reporter: i've done well, he said. and i need to do more. now, nbc's bay area's own political analyst weighed in on the speech tonight. he said president obama took an entirely different approach tonight than his challenger, mitt romney, last week. >> go back and think about
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romney. romney is saying, listen. it's up to us individuals to do what we can for ourselves. government is best if it stays out of our lives. so we can thrive. if you look at obama tonight, what he is saying is the chain is only as strong as its weakest link. and he's saying government is there to help us. and we need to pull together. entirely different approach tonight. >> now, he went on to say that tonight's speech provides the clearest division in ideology between candidates since 1964, when lyndon johnson defeated barry goldwater. go to nbcbayarea.com to find complete coverage. in other news tonight, it is the harsh reality of the job. kenyon youngstrom becomes the 23rd chp officer to be killed in the line of duty.
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today, his family, from across the state, united in sacramento. >> september 5th, 2012. >> his wife, parents and children looked on. you see them seated in the front row as his name was read and the memorial bell rang out. hundreds of cadets, chp officers and other law enforcement officials stood at attention to honor to fallen officer's ultimate sacrifice and to pay their respects. he was taken off life support after being shot in the head during a traffic stop on 680, tuesday morning. >> he was what we call blue and gold, which means loyal to the organization. a very, very nice family man. a very, very tragic loss to all of us. >> blue and gold. and the final act of self-sacrifice, the 37-year-old
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father of four had made prior arrangements to donate his organs. a move officials say could save the lives of as many as eight people and benefit dozens of others. new at 11:00, police are on the hunt for a bay area man believed to have kidnapped his two children and stolen a boat. police believe christopher maffei kidnapped the kids before heading to a yacht harbor and stealing one of the boats. this is a photograph of the boat police say he took. investigators say he previously talked about sailing to mexico. his daughter was last seen wearing a white dress. his son, wearing a spongebob squarepants shirt. so, where is brett olsen? that's the question being asked by deputies near chico and all over the facebook and twitter. he disappeared during an inner
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tube trip. some friends and others are looking for brett online. george kiriyama is in downtown lafayette with new details for us. >> reporter: there's huge concern for brett olsen here in his hometown. you can see posters have been put up in the windows of many of the downtown businesses. but the biggest push for awareness has been on social media. take a look at this facebook page called let's bring brett home. this was created 48 hours ago. and look at that. close to 66,000 people have joined the page. many of them parents, friends, fellow college students where brett goes to school. as well as thousands of people who don't even know him. twitter has been abuzz of people tweeting and retweeting find brett olsen. there's star power behind the tweets howie mandel and miley cyrus.
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the message is getting out worldwide. family and friends are ecstatic about this. they hope that more eye balls will bring him home. >> he's someone's brother and someone's son and someone's best friend. you know, it just hits home. >> it's very difficult to have to see it on my facebook page. but i'm also very warmed that it's gotten that big and tweeted. and people are talking about it. >> reporter: now, we just learned olympians kerry walsh and maggie stephans have tweeted out in support. it was a gruesome crime that shook up the bay area. now, the punishment. a suspect is facing 32 years behind bars aftered a midding to being part of a group that gang-raped a 16-year-old girl at richmond high school. the attack happened in 2009, at a dance. today, 22-year-old manuel ortega
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pled guilty. he's one of six men charged in that attack. according to police, the girl was punched, kicked and repeatedly sexually assaulted. ortega is going to be sentenced on october 19th. there was no red carpet or spotlights on an opening film. nearly two years of the deadly pg&e explosion in san bruno, comes a documentary about that night. nbc's bay area's jean elle joins us from redwood city where many of the survivors were invited to the screening. >> reporter: survivors of that blast say the film, "trial by fire," captured many of the horrors of that night. >> and the other house was on fire. >> reporter: the real-life nightmare of the deadly pg&e pipeline explosion in san bruno is now a documentary. an intimate group watched "trial
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by fire," in redwood city tonight, watching as the film recounted the horror they experienced on september 9th, 2010. >> couldn't do anything without water. >> reporter: bob is in the film. he barely escaped the inferno. >> it will always be in my mind what happened. think about it occasionally. you can't run and hide from it. >> reporter: still healing, he believes watching the film helped survivors release some of the emotion bottled up inside. >> probably brought a lot of people back. opened up some memories and stuff that people were trying to suppress. and i just kind of, if i can't face it head-on. >> reporter: they lost their home and two cats in the fire. wife, nancy, wasn't home when their neighborhood exploded. >> sometimes i feel guilty because i wasn't. and him mentioning the cats that we had, i'll never forget those.
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>> reporter: in just 30 minutes, filmmaker john rubben focuses on the emotion of that night. he says two years later, this event not over. >> there's two dramas here. one is the initial trauma. and the second is the endless, grinding frustration. >> reporter: the frustration of rebuilding. they're still dealing with insurance reimbursement and the lawsuit against pg&e. they're back in san bruno. but piecing their lives back together. >> as time goes on, it never gets quite back. you get close to somewhat of a normal life. >> reporter: the documentary will show here again at the history museum on saturday. the city of san bruno is remembering the deadly event on sunday with a community gathering. >> thank you, jean. burgers, fries and a lawsuit on the side. still ahead at 11:00, why two bay area men are ready to take on in-n-out burger. also, did the owner of a
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popular local grocery chain betray his roots? and apple looks to take on live music to a new level. the surface that could rival pandora. numbers dropping and quickly tonight. already some isolated 40s up into the north bay. we'll talk that and also a little bit of fog in the morning. could delay you. an estimated 45 minutes in san francisco. we'll let you know about the weekend forecast. this is an rc robotic claw. my high school science teacher made me what i am today. our science teacher helped us build it. ♪ now i'm a geologist at chevron, and i get to help science teachers. it has four servo motors and a wireless microcontroller.
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area men against the burger joint in-n-out burger. they're suing the eatery, saying the help wanted sign in the window isn't for minorities or 40-year-olds. cheryl hurd has been looking at the class-action lawsuit. >> reporter: this lawsuit is filled with allegations against the company based in irvine. based on allegations that people of color need not apply. the)jz lawsuit was filed in alameda county this week. it alleges that the popular in-n-out burger chain discriminates against people of color. >> we believe individuals who are applying for store associate positions and custodial positions at in-n-out burger, certain individuals are being discriminated against. >> reporter: attorney joe young represents two african-american men over the age of 40. one applied at the chain's oakland restaurants in june.
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in august, he was told he didn't get the job. the complaint also says a second plaintiff applied for positions in san francisco and oakland. young says his client was also denied employment. he says both his clients are qualified for the jobs they applied for. >> we believe their story isn't necessarily an outliar. it's indicative of a systemic -- a larger systemic process the company is engaging in. >> reporter: we were unable to contact in-n-out burger officials. but the company's vice president and general council is quoted as saying. we hire from the local communities. and our restaurants reflect the demographics of that community. the company will aggressively defend itself against these baseless and irresponsible allegations. allegations that one in-n-out burger customer weighed in on. >> they're kids. they're young kids that work there. and they make a lot of money. >> reporter: we went to three in-n-out burger locations. one in oakland, one in hayward and a third in pleasanton. there were several young
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african-americans working at the in-n-out burger in oakland. one or two in hayward and pleasanton. the attorney behind the suit says, he thinks the case is strong. >> we feel very good about the evidence that we have. and as we speak, more people are coming forward to talk about their experience at the organization. >> reporter: the attorney also says tonight he believes that more people will come forward. reporting live in oakland, i'm cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. there's new calls among several immigrant communities to boycott the largest latino grocery chain. they began checking the immigration status of its new hires through the voluntary federal program. it's used to check fake names and social security numbers. upset over that decision, the union representing the chain's 3,000 workers are asking the
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shoppers to boycott the stores across the bay area and central valley. the company tried to reassure its workers saying, quote, it's very important that you know that this program will only impact new hires. mi pueblo is proud to serve its diverse communities, particularly immigrants who represent the fabric of this great country. a new estimate from yosemite park officials. they say 22,000 people may have been exposed to the rare hantavirus. that's double the original estimate. the expanded warning comes after a another park visitor died from this disease. the park confirms there's a total of eight confirmed hantavirus cases, including three deaths. the most recent death was a west virginia resident who stayed at a tent cabin and camped in the park's high country. the other seven cases are linked to campers who stayed at the park's signature tent cabins. those cabins have been closed. the virus is transmitted by deer
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mice and their drops. the signs of the virus mimic the flu. a fire sale at amazon. upping the tablet war with four new versions of its kindle fire. amazon is taking a shot at apple with its tablet for $159. more importantly, $200 cheaper than the ipad. the new tablet begins shipping next friday. amazon is acknowledging the company probably won't make a lot of money on the devices. but it's banking on users to purchase all of the content through amazon. amazon eyes cutting into apple's bottom line. apple is ready to take aim at the growing field of internet radio. today, the cupertino company announced its service. it would move app until direct competition with pandora and i heart radio. apple would have an advantage because the service could come
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as a preinstalled app on every phone and ipad. let's bring in jeff raineri with our november forecast? >> thursday forecast. closer to the weekend. >> actually, friday forecast. let's get to the winds. it's five to ten miles per hour. in san francisco and livermore. not overly strong. but good enough to pull in fog here as we head into our morning hours. also, cold numbers. 48 right now in novato. chilly in the north bay. let's take you to the sky camera network. we're fog-free. but the ew can be deceiving. we're expecting delays at sfo. if you're headed that way tomorrow morning, a half-hour delay for arrive and departing flights. you want to check your carriers in the morning hours on that. all of that severe weather over the last 36 hours have pushed to the east. we had 80 to 100 lightning strikes. a wild ride for us. here comes high pressure to save
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your weekend. it's not going to be overly hot. we're not going to see this move on top of california. here's the good news. it will be warm and spared from some hot weather as we head through your saturday and sunday. not going to get mild even here at the coastline, though. it will be a cool the next couple of days. 50s to 60s. and for the interior valley, widespread sunshine with 70s and 80s. we'll start with the widespread cloud cover in the north bay. and the immediate coastline, low clouds for the peninsula, as well, with potential for airport belays. in the afternoon hours on friday, one of the sunniest afternoons we've had all week. not a bad way to end up for us. we'll begin with upper 40s and mid isolated 40s. 57 in fremont. 55 in the alma den valley. and 55 in santa cruz. 53 in san francisco. daytime highs will top out like this in the south bay. we're going to go slightly
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warmer. we'll keep it more comfortable near the bay. 78 in palo alto. double 8s in gilroy. a great afternoon in the east bay. it will feel like low 90s in walnut creek, and pleasanton and livermore. 70s back by the bay, with hayward and immediate da, 70. and we'll go 73 in berkeley. and 75 in oakland. how about your three-day forecast? we have the weekend in there for you. mid to upper 80s inland. 70s by the bay. and upper 60s to near 70 at the coastline. next couple of days, we're going to stay with the trend. none of that unusual, weird, wacky weather like we had the past couple of days. it will stay dry and very california, as we head into next week. as we've been counting down for you, by next tuesday, there will be just 11 days left until fall. so, that makes 15 days from now.
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i believe, if i did my math correct. >> you're the one with the numbers. >> yeah. >> thanks, jeff. coming up, skip the grapes and get the same result. a new study for those asking for a certain version at their stores. [ female announcer ] introducing yoplait greek 100. 100% new.
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there's no shortage of studies noting that redwine, in moderation, is good for your heart. now, it appears that nonalcoholic redwine could be even better for you. a new study by circulation research, examined 67 men who had diabetes or three or more heart disease risk factors. when the men drank nonalcoholic redwine, their blood pressure went down. the study concluded that the real health benefit of redwine may be in the antioxidants, than
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in the alcohol. let's get to henry and see what's coming up in sports. >> absolutely, jessica and raj. no oakland a's action today. but the players were thinking about their teammate, a's pitcher brandon mccarthy was hit in the head by a line drive yesterday. we'll have an update on this very scary situation. [ taste buds ] donuts, donuts, donuts! who are these guys? oh, that's just my buds. bacon, donuts. -my taste buds. -[ taste buds ] waffles. how about we try this new kind of fiber one cereal? you think you're going to slip some fiber by us? rookie. okay. ♪ nutty clusters and almonds, ♪ ♪ almonds. ♪ fiber one is gonna make you smile. ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing new fiber one nutty clusters and almonds. with 43% daily value of fiber for you. crunchy nutty clusters and real almond slices for your taste buds.
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...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios welcome back. we begin with an update on a's pitcher, brandon mccarthy who was hit in the back of the head during a line drive by the angels yesterday. the 29-year-old has a skull fracture and underwent emergency surgery last night. here's the latest. doctors removed an epidural hemorrhage and stabilized the skull fracture. mccarthy is resting in the critical care unit of the
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hospital. his wife thanks fans for their support, via twitter. saying her husband has the best fans. well, it's going to be tough. right out of the gate for the 49ers, jim harbaugh's super bowl contenders opened the season on the road against aaron rogers and the green bay packers sunday. the 49ers realize their biggest challenge is getting their hands on rodgers, a former super bowl mvp. >> he's a very confident quarterback. he expects his guys to be in a certain area when they're supposed to be there. and he's throwing the football before guys are even breaking free to get open. >> a great way to explain him is, he's drew brees with great scrambling ability. and actually, a little stronger arm. the guy right now is at the top of his game. and many people think is the best quarterback in the nfl. over to the diamond. san francisco giants held the willie mccovey golf classic
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today. it was great to see willie mccovey in attendance, along with vida blue, j.c. snow and other stars. proceeds from the tournament go to the giants fund. and raider fans are known for sporting costumes, face paint and the ability to get loud. if there's any singer who should feel right at home at a game, it's gene simmons of kiss. simmons will sing the national anthem prior to the raiders' season opener monday night against the san diego chargers. do the math. you have gene simmons. you have ice cube singing. just missing miley cyrus and everything will be fine. >> how do you know jessica and i won't be there on the field? >> the best of both worlds. >> are you? >> thank you, henry. >> okay. >> you got it. [ fingers tapping ]
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as you get ready to watch the 49ers and raiders, you better watch your wallet.
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the snacks you enjoy while watching your favorite team could end up costing you big-time money because the drought this summer that's affected most of the country. prices are ricing on everything from corn chips to burgers to chicken wings. the cost of corn and soybeans are at an all-time high. the country's worst drought has damaged crops and increased the cost of feeding livestock. it's a boy. that's the big news coming out of the san diego zoo today. a panda cub was born five weeks ago. but until the cub got its third examination today, the zoo vets couldn't figure out if it was a boy or a girl. they know now. the zoo is planning to ask the public to name this precocious little guy. look at that tummy. so cute. >> very nice. >> i vote for yummy tummy. >> yummy tummy. >> so cute. >> thanks for joining us
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tonight. we hope to see you back here tomorrow. >> yummy tummy. no? >> good night. ♪
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